Ivan Aivazovksy

One of the most successful Russian painters of the nineteenth century, Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) garnered world fame as one of the greatest marine artists in history. During the span of his sixty-year career as a painter, he created more than six thousand works. Most of these paintings are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums today, as well as private collections. He was highly respected among his piers for the exceptional quality of his work, so much so that the great Russian writer Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) popularized the saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush," which is used in Russia to describe something "ineffably lovely."

Russia

Education:
Imperial Academy of Fine Arts

Deceased
Awards: Numerous
Collectors: Worldwide

Commissions: Not Accepted
Trustpilot Score: 5 Star

Ivan Aivazovsky prints
Oil
Print sizes vary
Ivan Aivazovsky prints
Oil
Print sizes vary